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3o4 HISTORY OF PERSIA CHAP. of the Imam.1 Consequently the Persian general, Lutf Mi Khan, a brother-in-law of Fatteh Ali Khan the Vizier, was obliged to adopt a purely defensive attitude, and to garrison Bandar Abbas and other ports against the raids from Oman, which became more and more serious as time went by. 1 According to Krusinski, the Portuguese refused to transport the troops, owing to the non-payment of the sum of money agreed upon.